The Online Assistance Request Form is for faculty and staff with questions, problems, curriculum changes or batch degree audit requests to securely transmit this information to the Office of the Registrar. A work order is generated and directed to the appropriate individual or team. These issues can then be tracked to ensure a timely response to your submission.
To change an existing degree program(plan/DPROG/audit) or create a new approved program/plan/DPROG for the college you can submit a curriculum change request.
This form is a report any errors you encounter with a degree audit or the functioning of the degree audit system.
This form is a request for a specific student to have an exception made in her/his degree audit.
This form is used for the Degree Audit contact in the College/School responsible for testing audit changes or updates.
Use this form to provide detailed observations of your testing and corrections. (i.e. specific text to display, rules to be enforced, etc.)
This form is used to submit other requests and changes to the Registrar's Office degree audit unit.
Batch audit requests are used to run audit reports on multiple students with the same degree requirements. This is much faster than trying to create an individual request for each student.
To request a batch audit:
Each form allows for files and documents to be attached to the request. To attach a file click the "Browse" button and locate the file you want would like to attach to the request. After you locate the file then click on "Attach Document."
The following file and document types can be attached:
You can attach multiple files and documents to each request.
Password Protecting Files with SIDs
Every document that has any non-directory (by FERPA definition) student information of any kind must be password protected.
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